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Group / family tent
A flatlet out of the pocket! Spacious - quick to pitch - high quality
Weighing only 38 kg when packed - but giving a surface area of approx. 40 square metres (430 sq. ft.) and a height of more than 2 metres (approx. 6’6’’)! Enough room for 12 people! And so high only the very tall will have to worry about bending or crawling.
The tent is sturdy when pitched and remains stable even in high winds.
Some people think the Nimbus tent "heaven-sent". It stays on the ground as if nailed there whether in wind or rain, and protects against harmful UVC rays.
The entrance is your sunroof. With an awning for barbecues or just sitting down to relax. Offering enough space for luggage, a grill, food supplies, etc, etc, etc. The front side of the tent with the entrance (on the map as thin gray line) can easily be moved forward. So the terrace gives way to a larger living room.
Strong: the poles. Made from flexible, yet shatterproof fibre glass, 11 mm (0.43’’) in diameter.
Breathable inner tent material - ideal for allowing fresh air in. And this means the tent has an ideal climate in all weathers! The vents provide direct ventilation of the interior of the tent.
Extra resilient water column. The water column describes the quality and strength of the tent coating: the higher the water column, the more water resistant the coating ( ...and the higher the price). A tent is considered waterproof at 1,200 mm (47.2"), but the difference between this and higher levels becomes obvious as soon as it rains heavily.
The Nimbus model provides a 5,000 mm (196") water column thanks to innovative PU-coated polyester, which also makes the tent UV-resistant and particularly weather resistant.
And another plus point: The finish! Sealed seams with extra reinforced grommets and ties, thicker, webbed threads which make the material more robust and prevent tears from getting bigger. Cords are used to connect segments.
The tent comes in a handy pack complete with numerous accessories such as guy lines, stakes, and assembly instructions. A repair kit is also included.
The ground floor for the living room is included.
The Nimbus model - So durable, the kids of your kids will still be camping in it.
The NIMBUS is an extremely spacious 12-berth tent for larger groups which is quick and easy to erect and at the same time offers greatest protection.
The tent has a peak height of over 200 cm, allowing best possible freedom of movement and the generous living area in the centre provides ample space for all your belongings. The porch area at the front can be used as a part of the main living area, should you need a larger tent: simply zip the front wall out and zip it in right at the front of the porch, extending the size of your indoor area. Left as an open porch, the sheltered front area offers a cosy retreat for you and your friends on cooler evenings.
The three sleeping pods are positioned one at either side of the tent and one at the back. The large pod at the back has a central divider which can be rolled down. The breathable inner tent material and vents help keep the climate inside the tent comfortable and mesh on the sleeping pods and main entrance keep out any unwelcome insects. The handy magazine holder and mesh storage pockets are useful extras in this practical tent and a groundsheet for the living area is included.
The NIMBUS offers a fantastic 5,000 mm water column, giving you and your family excellent protection from even the nastiest of British weather.
I think one inside compartment missing unable to return as had planned camping tripPublished 16 days ago by linda higgins
the review what was writed down does not match the tent.if we new what it was really like before we brought it we would not of got it. Read morePublished 11 months ago by tracy
I bought this tent for my Guide unit and the girls thought it was great! They had no problem putting up and taking down the tent. Read morePublished 14 months ago by J McLeod
We were five people using it, and had loads of space, but the tent could comfortably take eight. Expecting to have to remain inside the tent during wet weather, we had decided to... Read morePublished on 21 Aug 2012 by C. Merchant